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Amid growing concerns about her health and well-being, Demi Moore is believed to be spending time in a rehab facility. On Saturday, E! News reported that Moore had checked herself into the Cirque Lodge addiction treatment center in Sundance, Utah. According to the website's source, Moore is receiving treatment for both an eating disorder and addiction issues.
"She's on total lockdown and only talking to a small group of people," said a source at the rehab facility.
The 49-year-old actress reportedly went off to Cirque last week -- one week after she was rushed to the hospital with seizure-like symptoms during a party at her Los Angeles home. After returning from the hospital, Moore quickly packed her things and headed to Utah before the media could follow.
"It became clear to her that her way of coping with her stress was not working and she needed more help," says the source.
Located high in the Rocky Mountains, Cirque Lodge is known for providing patients with luxurious accommodations and extreme privacy (patients must arrive via helicopter). Lindsay Lohan, Kirsten Dunst, Eva Mendes and Mary-Kate Olsen have all admitted to receiving addiction treatment there. The center has everything a recovering celebrity could desire (including horse riding and a recording studio), but it's not cheap: Treatment costs $1,595 a day, and requires a 30-day minimum payment. But it's worth it to Demi's loved ones, who were concerned about the actress even before her split from Ashton Kutcher.
"Really, it was over the last year her friends saw a change," a source tells People. "She wasn't sleeping as well, didn't seem to be eating and looked really gaunt."
Moore's reps have not confirmed that she is in treatment. However, she was the only immediate family member not present at daughter Tallulah Willis' 18th birthday party on Friday.